Appendix A
Workshop Materials

WORKSHOP ON TECHNOLOGY FOR ADAPTIVE AGING JANUARY 23-24, 2003

PROGRAM AND SCHEDULE

National Academy of Sciences Lecture Room

2101 Constitution Avenue, NW

Washington, DC 20418

Sponsored by:

The National Institute on Aging—Behavioral and Social Research Program

The National Research Council, with sponsorship from the National Institute on Aging, will hold a workshop on Technology for Adaptive Aging at the National Academy of Sciences building in Washington, DC, on January 23 and 24, 2003. The workshop will address some of the ways in which technology can be developed and applied to improve the lives of an aging population. Nationally recognized experts will discuss potential applications of technology to the domains of Living Environments, Health, Communication, Education and Learning, Transportation, and Employment. Special emphasis will be given to the challenges of translating laboratory successes into useful, marketable products and services. Speakers will highlight technologies that are promising candidates for SBIR and other support of translational research and development.



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Technology for Adaptive Aging Appendix A Workshop Materials WORKSHOP ON TECHNOLOGY FOR ADAPTIVE AGING JANUARY 23-24, 2003 PROGRAM AND SCHEDULE National Academy of Sciences Lecture Room 2101 Constitution Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20418 Sponsored by: The National Institute on Aging—Behavioral and Social Research Program The National Research Council, with sponsorship from the National Institute on Aging, will hold a workshop on Technology for Adaptive Aging at the National Academy of Sciences building in Washington, DC, on January 23 and 24, 2003. The workshop will address some of the ways in which technology can be developed and applied to improve the lives of an aging population. Nationally recognized experts will discuss potential applications of technology to the domains of Living Environments, Health, Communication, Education and Learning, Transportation, and Employment. Special emphasis will be given to the challenges of translating laboratory successes into useful, marketable products and services. Speakers will highlight technologies that are promising candidates for SBIR and other support of translational research and development.

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Technology for Adaptive Aging DAY 1—THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 2003   Topic Paper authors 9:00 Welcome and Introduction to Program Richard Suzman, NIA Behavioral and Social Research, Sponsor Richard Pew, BBN Technologies, Steering Committee Chair 9:20 Overview of Changes with Aging K. Warner Schaie, Pennsylvania State University George Stelmach, Arizona State University 10:20 Discussion (Arthur Kramer,* University of Illinois, discussant) 10:50 Break   11:00 Methodological and Measurement Considerations in RGD of Technology for Adaptive Aging Leah Light, Pitzer College Christopher Hertzog, Georgia Institute of Technology 12:00 Discussion (Melissa Hardy,* Florida State University, discussant) 12:30 Lunch Break   1:30 Living Environments Ann Horgas, University of Florida Gregory Abowd, Georgia Institute of Technology 2:30 Discussion (Martha Pollack,* University of Michigan, discussant) 3:00 Break   3:10 Health Jackie Dunbar-Jacob and Judith Matthews, University of Pittsburgh Eric Dishman, Intel Corporation 4:10 Discussion (Richard Schulz,* University of Pittsburgh, and Jonathan Skinner, Dartmouth College, discussants) *Member of Steering Committee

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Technology for Adaptive Aging DAY 2—FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 2003   Topic Paper authors 9:00 Employment Phyllis Moen, Cornell University Sara Czaja, University of Miami 10:00 Discussion (Scott Bass,* University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and Joseph Quinn, Boston College, discussants) 10:45 Break   11:00 Communications Susan Kemper, University of Kansas Jose Lacal, Motorola, Inc. 12:00 Discussion (Wendy Rogers,* Georgia Institute of Technology, discussant) 12:30 Lunch Break   1:30 Transportation Patricia Waller, University of North Carolina Brian Repa, General Motors Corporation 2:30 Discussion (Joseph Coughlin,* Massachusetts Institute of Technology, discussant) 3:00 Break   3:10 Education, Learning Sherry Willis, Pennsylvania State University James Sullivan and Gerhard Fischer, University of Colorado 4:10 Discussion (Charles Scialfa,* University of Calgary, discussant) 4:40 Summary, Closing Remarks (Thomas Sheridan,* Massachusetts Institute of Technology) *Member of Steering Committee

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Technology for Adaptive Aging WORKSHOP ON TECHNOLOGY FOR ADAPTIVE AGING JANUARY 23-24, 2003 LIST OF ATTENDEES NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION Steering Committee and Staff Richard W. Pew, Chair Principal Scientist BBN Technologies Scott A. Bass Dean and Vice Provost Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore County Joseph Coughlin Director MIT Melissa Hardy Director and Professor Florida State University Arthur Kramer Professor University of Illinois Wendy Rogers Professor Georgia Institute of Technology Richard Schulz Director University of Pittsburgh Charles Scialfa Professor University of Calgary Thomas Sheridan Professor MIT Susan Van Hemel Study Director National Research Council Workshop Speakers and Authors Attending Sara J. Czaja Professor University of Miami Eric Dishman Manager INTEL Jacqueline Dunbar-Jacob Professor University of Pittsburgh Christopher Hertzog Professor Georgia Institute of Technology Ann Horgas Associate Professor University of Florida Susan Kemper Professor University of Kansas Jose Lacal Senior Management Motorola Leah Light Professor Pitzer College Judith Matthews Assistant Professor University of Pittsburgh Phyllis Moen Professor Cornell University

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Technology for Adaptive Aging Joseph F. Quinn Professor and Dean Boston College Brian Repa Princ. Research Engineer General Motors Inc. K. Warner Schaie Director Pennsylvania State University Jonathan S. Skinner Professor Dartmouth College George Stelmach Professor and Director Arizona State University James Sullivan Senior Research Scientist University of Colorado Sherry Willis Professor Pennsylvania State University Authors not Attending Gregory Abowd Associate Professor Georgia Institute of Technology Gerhard Fischer Professor, Director University of Colorado Guests* Mira Ahn   Virginia Tech Nancy Aldrich Editor Aging Research & Training News Mark Baard   Wired News Ann Benbow Director SPRY Foundation Sandy Berman Consumer Safety Officer FDA Russell Bodoff VP Technology & Business Dev. American Association of Homes & Services for the Aging Lona Choi Project Manager SPRY Foundation *NOTE: Guest titles and affiliations are given as found on workshop registration forms or on sign-in sheet at the workshop.

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Technology for Adaptive Aging Rita K. Chow Director National Interfaith Coalition on Aging, National Council on Aging Margaret Chu USEPA ORD Arthur Ciarkowski Associate Director, DCD CDRH/FDA Kenneth Cook Jennifer Cornman Senior Research Scientist Madlyn and Leonard Abramson Center for Jewish Life Shelia Cotten   University of Maryland Baltimore County Stephanie Dailey Education Research Specialist National Institute on Aging Skip DeRosier Rehabilitation Technologist Abramson Center for Jewish Life Deborah DiGilio Aging Issues Officer American Psychological Association Gerald M. Eggert Executive Director Monroe County Long Term Care Program, Inc David Gamse Executive Director Jewish Council for the Aging Daryle Gardner-Bonneau Principal Bonneau and Associates Sarah Geitz Sr. Human Factors Engineer Micro Analysis and Design Michael E. Gluck Research Associate Professor Georgetown University Darlene Howard Professor Georgetown University James Howard Robert Jaeger Interagency and International Affairs National Institute for Disability and Rehabilitation Research

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Technology for Adaptive Aging Michael-David Kerns Health Scientist Administrator National Institute on Aging Jim Kling   Web MD Laura Kolb   EPA Kara Latorella Human Factors Engineer NASA Langley Lila Laux   Micro Analysis and Design Alex Libin Research Associate Research Institute on Aging Lena Libin Director Research Institute on Complex Interactive Systems Rose Li Senior Management Analytical Sciences, Inc. Diane F. Mahoney Director and Senior Research Scientist Hebrew Rehabilitation Center for Aged Giorgio Mattiello   Embassy of Italy Joan McIntrie Writer Washington Post Susan Meadows Senior Advisor FDA Jeannine Mjoseth Public Affairs Specialist NIA/NIH Russell Morgan President SPRY Foundation Gregg O′Neill Director National Academy on an Aging Society David Padgham   National Academy of Sciences Sital Patel   CBS MarketWatch David Pick Professor Purdue University Calumet Irae Raskin     George Rebok Associate Research Professor Johns Hopkins University

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Technology for Adaptive Aging Jane Saczynski   Johns Hopkins University John Schumacher Assistant Professor Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore County John Senders Professor Emeritus University of Toronto Arthur Sherwood Science and Technology Advisor National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Laura Shrestha   NIA/NIH Sidney Stahl Chief, Behavioral Medicine NIA/NIH Jeannette Steeves Doctoral Candidate Virginia Tech Richard Suzman Associate Director National Institute on Aging/NIH Yvette Tenney   BBN Technologies Pamela Tsang Associate Professor Wright State University Nancy Valley Disability Access Coordinator Motorola Kathleen Wiseman Board Member JCA Steven Zaleznick